Foreign Governments warn their people about traveling to Democrat Cities

Posted by PITHOCRATES - November 17th, 2013

Week in Review

An anti-capitalist just became the new mayor of New York City.  And it’s got a lot of people nervous.  Not the people who elected him.  But people who do business in the city.  Who came to the city after Mayor Rudy Giuliani cleaned it up.  Making it safe for families to walk the streets again.  And making Times Square the tourist attraction it is today.  Unlike the Seventies.  When prostitution and drugs filled Times Square.  And crime.  Lots and lots of crime.  Some of these business people are worried that New York City might return to what it was like in the Seventies.

Sadly, it is a trend of some of our larger cities to become dangerous.  Even foreign governments are warning their people about some American cities.  And even now those warnings include a much cleaner and safer New York City (see 16 American cities foreign governments warn their citizens about by Reid Wilson posted 11/14/2013 on The Washington Post GovBeat).

Planning a trip abroad? It’s probably best to check out the State Department’s list of travel warnings for countries with unsafe political situations. At the moment, the State Department has issued travel warnings for 34 countries, from the Central African Republic and El Salvador to Iraq and North Korea.

Well, just as State warns Americans about dangerous places to travel, so too do foreign ministries in other countries — and some countries warn their citizens to avoid heading to certain cities in the U.S. France, in particular, warns travelers to be careful in a large number of specific cities.

So what are these cities?  Boston, New York, Washington, Baltimore, Richmond, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, Houston, St. Louis, Atlanta, New Orleans, Miami, Los Angeles and El Paso.  Notice anything in common with these cities?  That’s right, they’re all Democrat cities.  The kind of cities that don’t have a Rudy Giuliani running them.  A mayor who is tough on crime.  To make their cities family-friendly.  And tourist-friendly.  The kind of city most of us would prefer to live in.  Which we could have if we, apparently, vote Republican.


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